I hope the passing mention of accessible parking does mean disabled people (presumably who have the local accessible parking card) are allowed to drive in what is otherwise a no-car zone. My main worry there is 1) people with shorter-term injuries and such who don't qualify for a card and 2) the cities that inplement something like this poorly. >>
Where i live is doing this but more in suburban areas, making disability and business parking a pain, and made some really dumb intersections. Also aside from a half-assed bike sharong thing that i think cost a bunch, there's been very little support for people to use public transport or bikes.
And whoops, this just turned into a rant about my own city lol. Tl;dr, i like the idea, needs to be implimented with a lot of forethought and care
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